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Rolanzo Richard White

Rolanzo Richard White

  • Personal Injury, Business Law, Trademarks...
  • District of Columbia, Maryland
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Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Business Law
  • Trademarks
  • Communications & Internet Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
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  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
District of Columbia
District of Columbia Bar
ID Number: 1613644
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Maryland
Maryland Court of Appeals
ID Number: 1612140339
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Written
Education
University of Massachusetts School of Law
J.D. (2016) | Law
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Honors: Academic Scholarship
Activities: • Staff Editor, University of Massachusetts Law Review, 2015 – 2016 • Moot Court Team, Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition, 2015-2016 • Phi Alpha Delta, 2014-2016 • Black Law Students Association, 2014-2016 • Associate Editor, University of Massachusetts Law Review, 2014-2015 • President, Black Law Students Association, 2014-2015 • Treasurer, Student Bar Association, 2014-2015 • Admissions Ambassador, 2014-2016
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Maryland
Member
Current
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The Bar Association of Montgomery County # 46851241
Active Member
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Activities: Business Law, Intellectual Property, Real Estate
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GDH Law LLC
Legal Answers
4 Questions Answered

Q. Maryland door to door sales agreement cancellation on 6 business day consequences
A: This all really depends on the agreement that you signed. But from your question, it looks like you cancelled the agreement within the permitted time limit, so you will likely not be liable for payment. You should be able to successfully defend yourself if the seller tries to enforce the agreement in court. Or, you could also file suit for breach of contract if the seller does not abandon their demands for payment. However, this all really depends on the agreement and circumstances. Rolanzo White, Esq. GDH Law, LLC
Q. What Are The Difference Typed Of Disputes Regarding Quiet Title. Is Religion/Spirituality/Spiritual But Not Religion
A: Your question can really only be answered after a licensed attorney, where the property is located, evaluates all the facts of your potential case. However a claim to quiet title is special legal proceeding to determine ownership of real property. The goal of this kind of lawsuit would be to stop anyone and everyone else who has a claim to the land. When a plaintiff wins in a quiet title action, no further challenges to the title can be brought. I don’t believe that religious or spiritual considerations will play a major part, if any. Adverse title is when one gets valid title to real property by essentially going onto the land and openly exercising ownership without permission for a period of time determined my the jurisdiction. Again, without the facts it’s tough to see how religion would play a significant part. Rolanzo White, Esq. GDH Law LLC
Q. I am in MD state. If i break my lease am i responsible for the remaining balance of rent if a tenant is in the appartmen
A: It will depend on your lease but you will most likely be responsible for a penalty for breaking the lease. Often, tenants are responsible for the remainder of the lease.
Q. My friend gave me money when I was on hard times and did not state it was a loan.
A: I'm sorry to hear about your "friend." Your matter is pretty fact dependent, however generally, a "gift" is a voluntary transfer of property by one to another, without any consideration or compensation provided to the transferor. Thus, a gift is a gratuity. Determining whether the money was a loan or gift will depended on the personal/professional relationship with your friend, the facts and conduct leading up to the transfer, among a number of other considerations. With that being said, it would be best to discuss this issue with a lawyer who can evaluate the entire transaction and defend you against your "so-called" friend in court.
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GDH Law LLC
4200 Parliament Place
Suite 510
Lanham, MD 20706
USA
Telephone: (301) 769-6835
Cell: (703) 309-7988
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